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Rutronik has introduced 12 models of ZMDI’s Sarah analogue-to-digital (ADC) converter range.

The ZADC510x and ZADC512x series of A/D converters have a dual core and operate with sampling rates of up to 1Msample/s.

The dual core enables developers to make use of applications that require the parallel sampling of two signals.

This ZMDI converter range, which operates on the principle of successive approximation (SAR), is suitable for use in high-speed applications, such as motion control, three-phase motor control units, inverters or multi-axis positioning systems.

The ZADC510x and ZADC512x are available in two-, six- and 10-channel versions.

Developers can choose between 10- or 12-bit models as well as internal or external voltage references.

The ADCs offer variable alarm thresholds and operate within a temperature range of -25C to +85C.

As with all members of the Sarah range, this series is based on a scalable concept and are upwards and downwards compatible.

The standard pin-out of the converters and the software compatibility are said to enable developers to quickly design diverse variants of their systems, saving costs as well as time.

The ZADC510x and ZADC512x are said to offer high accuracy at very low power consumption.

With sampling rates of up to 1MSample/s, the Sarah range has a differential nonlinearity (DNL) of +/-1 LSB and an integral non-linearity (INL) of +/-1 LSB over the temperature range of -25 to +85C.

All Sarah models have a serial interface that supports SPI, QSPI and Microwire protocols – industry standards for ADCs.

The 10/12 bit dual-core ADCs for high-speed applications will be offered in an SSOP package.

Dual-core converters provide parallel sampling

Rutronik has introduced 12 models of ZMDI’s Sarah analogue-to-digital (ADC) converter range.

The ZADC510x and ZADC512x series of A/D converters have a dual core and operate with sampling rates of up to 1Msample/s.

The dual core enables developers to make use of applications that require the parallel sampling of two signals.

This ZMDI converter range, which operates on the principle of successive approximation (SAR), is suitable for use in high-speed applications, such as motion control, three-phase motor control units, inverters or multi-axis positioning systems.

The ZADC510x and ZADC512x are available in two-, six- and 10-channel versions.

Developers can choose between 10- or 12-bit models as well as internal or external voltage references.

The ADCs offer variable alarm thresholds and operate within a temperature range of -25C to +85C.

As with all members of the Sarah range, this series is based on a scalable concept and are upwards and downwards compatible.

The standard pin-out of the converters and the software compatibility are said to enable developers to quickly design diverse variants of their systems, saving costs as well as time.

The ZADC510x and ZADC512x are said to offer high accuracy at very low power consumption.

With sampling rates of up to 1MSample/s, the Sarah range has a differential nonlinearity (DNL) of +/-1 LSB and an integral non-linearity (INL) of +/-1 LSB over the temperature range of -25 to +85C.

All Sarah models have a serial interface that supports SPI, QSPI and Microwire protocols – industry standards for ADCs.

The 10/12 bit dual-core ADCs for high-speed applications will be offered in an SSOP package.

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